Jesus Aguilar – Waivers
The current NL leader in RBI’s, Aguilar originally began his professional career back in 2007 signing as a free agent with the Cleveland Indians. Aguilar was claimed off waivers in 2017 by the Milwaukee Brewers, but was then traded to the Tampa Bay Rays after three phenomenal seasons with the Brewers. Selected off waivers by the Marlins in December of 2019, Aguilar has so far slashed .269/.339/.470 during his two seasons in Miami.
Miguel Rojas – Trade
The current longest tenured Marlin at the big league level is Rojas, however he did not begin his professional career with Miami. Originally signed by the Cincinnati Reds as a free agent back in 2005, Rojas was granted free agency in 2012 where he would sign with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Traded to Miami in 2014 as part of a multi-player deal, Rojas is now in year seven with the organization.
Brian Anderson – Draft
The second homegrown Miami Marlins product on this list is Anderson, whom the club selected in the Third Round of the 2014 MLB Draft. Currently in year five with Miami in the big leagues, Anderson has a career slash line of .264/.346/.424 with the Marlins with 47 HR’s and 196 RBI’s.
Isan Diaz – Trade
Originally a Second Round Pick by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 2014 MLB Draft, Diaz was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers in 2016 as part of a multi-player deal. Almost two year later, Diaz was traded to the Marlins as part of the return that sent Christian Yelich to Milwaukee.
Joe Panik – Trade
An eight-year MLB veteran, Panik was originally a First Round pick by the San Francisco Giants in the 2011 MLB Draft where he spent a majority of his career until 2019. Also spending time with the Mets and Blue Jays, Panik was traded to Miami in late-June.
Deven Marrero – Free Agent
Originally a first round pick by the Boston Red Sox in the 2012 MLB Draft, Marrero reached the big leagues with Boston before being traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks in March of 2018. Marrero was granted free agency that offseason before signing with the Marlins in 2018. Marrero was granted free agency in 2019, but resigned with Miami back in May.